I don't know if I have a favorite color.
Patriarchy's chief institution is the family. It is both a mirror of and a connection with the larger society; a patriarchal unit within a patriarchal whole.
A huge amount still needs to be done. At the moment hundreds of children are still malnourished.
A child's mental health is just as important as their physical health.
I'm still very much Kate.
The attitudes towards mental health must change
We hope to encourage George and Charlotte to speak about their feelings, and to give them the tools and sensitivity to be supportive peers to their friends as they get older.
Being able to go into Wimbledon and be part of an amazing atmosphere is special.
William and I feel that every child deserves to be supported through difficult times in their lives.
You go from thinking of yourself as primarily an individual to suddenly being a mother, first and foremost.
Sadly, for some mothers, this experience can be made so much harder due to challenges with our very mental health.
Nothing can really prepare you for you the sheer overwhelming experience of what it means to become a mother. It is full of complex emotions of joy, exhaustion, love, and worry, all mixed together.
The most memorable engagement for me, I suppose, was an away-day to Leicester. I went without William, so I was rather apprehensive about that.
Parenting is tough.
Parents, teachers, and other school staff need the tools to help these young people early in their lives. And the earlier, the better. It is proven that early action prevents problems later in life.
Not all children have the anchor of a strong family.
Imagine if everyone was able to help just one child who needs to be listened to, needs to be respected, and needs to be loved - we could make such a huge difference for an entire generation.
I feel enormously proud to be part of East Anglia's Children's Hospices and to see the wonderful life-changing work that you do.
From taking photographs of George and Charlotte, I have been struck by the wonderful lack of self-consciousness that you see in photographs of children, without the self-awareness that adults generally feel.
I think there is a real art to walkabouts.
I feel very, very lucky that George has got a little sister.
It's very special having a new little girl.
I often get asked why I decided to spend time highlighting the mental health of children.
We need to help young people and their parents understand that it's not a sign of weakness to ask for help.
We want to encourage people to talk to one another.
First-class delivery of children's palliative care is life-changing. When families are confronted with the shattering news that their children have a life-limiting condition, their world can fall apart.
Around-the-clock support is crucial for children receiving palliative care. They and their families often need help every hour of every day, both in hospices and at home.
I find doing speeches nerve wrecking.
There's no one quite like William - I bet he's really kind. You can just tell by looking at him.
No, I had the Levis guy on my wall, not a picture of William, sorry.
It's obviously nerve-wracking, because I don't know the ropes really, William is obviously used to it, but I'm willing to learn quickly and work hard.
I'm still very much Kate.
I was quite nervous about meeting William's father, but he was very, very welcoming, very friendly, it couldn't have gone easier really for me.
I think, the people around home are very supportive to us.
I hope we will be able to have a happy family ourselves.
I don't know if I have a favorite color.
I was lucky. My parents and teachers provided me with a wonderful and secure childhood where I always knew I was loved, valued, and listened to.
Personally, becoming a mother has been such a rewarding and wonderful experience. However, at times it has also been a huge challenge. Even for me who has support at home that most mothers do not.
The Queen was really thrilled that we'd had a little girl, and when we came back here to Kensington, she was one of her first visitors.
George loves the T Rex because it's the noisiest and the scariest.
Every time Wimbledon is on, I am thinking, 'Yes, I could do the same and get out the racket.' Sadly, not the same results.
We have heard time and time again in the course of our work how talking can help heal the hidden challenges we can't deal with alone.
No parent would fail to call the doctor if their child developed a fever.
I think as any mother would be she was absolutely over the moon. And actually we had quite an awkward situation because I knew and I knew that William had asked my father but I didn't know if my mother knew.
No one would feel embarrassed about seeking help for a child if they broke their arm - and we really should be equally ready to support a child coping with emotional difficulties.
I have learned that delivering the best possible palliative care to children is vital, providing children and their families with a place of support, care and enhancement at a time of great need is simply life-changing.
Every child deserves to grow up knowing their potential and feeling confident that they won't fall at the first hurdle - that they cope with life's setbacks.
Yes, well I really hope I can make a difference, even in the smallest way. I am looking forward to helping as much as I can.
Change the way we all talk to each other about our mental health.
We have seen that two heads are better than one when dealing with a mental health problem.
By far the best dressing up outfit I ever had was a wonderful pair of clown dungarees, which my Granny made.
With the right help, children have a good chance of overcoming their issues while they are still young and can have the bright future they deserve.
Since beginning my work in areas like addiction, for example, I have seen time and time again that the roots of poor mental health in adulthood are almost always present in unresolved childhood challenges.
Some children are tackling tough times without the support that can help them because the adults in their life are scared to ask.
Together with open conversations and greater understanding, we can ensure that attitudes for mental health change and children receive the support they deserve.
All of us know someone who has been through difficult emotional times, and we know how hard it can be to see a way forward.
A child who has overcome challenges with proper emotional support will emerge stronger.
Everyone teases me in the family that I spend far too long chatting. So I think I've still got to learn a little bit more and to pick up a few more tips, I suppose.
There is no rule book, no right or wrong; you just have to make it up and do the very best you can to care for your family.
It is our duty, as parents and as teachers, to give all children the space to build their emotional strength and provide a strong foundation for their future.
My parents taught me about the importance of qualities like kindness, respect, and honesty, and I realize how central values like these have been to me throughout my life.
The challenge that so many people have is not knowing how to take that first step of reaching out to another person for help.
Having a child, particularly your first child, is such a life-changing moment. Nothing can really prepare you for that.
Addiction is a hugely complex and destructive disease, and its impact can be simply devastating. All too often, lives and families can be shattered by it.
A child's mental health is just as important as their physical health and deserves the same quality of support.
If any of us caught a fever during pregnancy, we would seek advice and support from a doctor. Getting help with our mental health is no different - our children need us to look after ourselves and get the support we need.
Well I think if you really go out with someone for quite a long time you do get to know each other very, very well, you go through the good times, you go through the bad times. You know both personally, but also within a relationship as well.
Actually William wasn't there for quite a bit of the time initially, he wasn't there for Freshers Week, so it did take a bit of time for us to get to know each other but we did become very close friends from quite early.
I think I know I've been working very hard for the family business, sometimes those days are long days and I think if I know I'm working hard and pulling my weight, both working and playing hard at the same time, I think everyone who I work with can see I am there pulling my weight.
I think at the time I wasn't very happy about it [marriage], but actually it made me a stronger person, you find out things about yourself that maybe you hadn't realized. I think you can get quite consumed by a relationship when you are younger and I really valued that time for me as well, although I didn't think it at the time.
When I was growing up, I was very lucky. My family was the most important thing to me. They provided me with somewhere safe to grow and learn, and I know I was fortunate not to have been confronted by serious adversity at a young age.